23.1765, TOC: Indo-Iranian Journal 55/1 (2012)

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Date: Thu, 05 Apr 2012 12:37:19
From: Els van Egmond [egmonde at brill.nl]
Subject: Indo-Iranian Journal Vol. 55, No. 1 (2012)

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Journal Title:  Indo-Iranian Journal 
Volume Number:  55 
Issue Number:  1 
Issue Date:  2012 


Main Text:  

Indo-Iranian Journal
Volume 55, Number 1, 2012 
http://www.ingentaconnect.com/content/brill/indo/2012/00000055/00000001 

Articles
Buddhist Theory of Momentariness and Yogipratyaksa 
Woo, Jeson 

Was Mi-pham a Dialectical Monist? On a Recent Study of Mi-pham's Interpretation
of the Buddha-Nature Theory 
Wangchuk, Dorji 

Book Reviews

Dimitrov, Dragomir, The Bhaiksukī Manuscript of the Candrālamkāra: Study, Script
Tables, and Facsimile Edition 
Salomon, Richard 

Peters, Anne, Birmanische Handschriften Teil 7. Die Katalognummern 1201-1375 
von Hinüber, Oskar 

Ehlers, Gerhard, Indische Handschriften Teil 17. Die Śāradā-Handschriften der
Sammlung Janert der Staatsbibliothek zu Berlin—Preussischer Kulturbesitz 
von Hinüber, Oskar 

Grimal, F., V. Venkataraja Sarma, and S. Lakshminarasimham,
Pāninīyavyākaranodāharanakósah, La grammaire pāninéenne par ses exemples,
Pāninian Grammar through its Examples; Volume III.2: Tinantaprakaranam 2, Le
livre des conjugaisons 2, The Book of Conjugations 2 
Cardona, George 

Goldman, Robert P. and Muneo Tokunaga (Eds), Epic Undertakings 
von Hinüber, Oskar 

Wujastyk, Dominik (Ed.), Mathematics and Medicine in Sanskrit 
von Hinüber, Oskar 

von Hinüber, Oskar, Kleine Schriften. Parts I-II. Harry Falk and Walter Slaje (Eds) 
Insler, Stanley 

Pirart, Éric and Xavier Tremblay (Eds), Zarathushtra entre l'Inde et l'Iran.
Études indo-iraniennes et indo-européennes offertes à Jean Kellens à l'occasion
de son 65e anniversaire 

Padma, Sree and A.W. Barber (Eds), Buddhism in the Krishna River Valley of Andhra 
von Hinüber, Oskar 

Chung, Jin-il, A Survey of the Sanskrit fragments Corresponding to the Chinese
Samyuktāgama 
Silk, Jonathan A. 

Macuch, Maria, Mauro Maggi and Werner Sundermann (Eds), Iranian Languages and
Texts from Iran and Turan. Ronald E. Emmerick Memorial Volume 
von Hinüber, Oskar 


Linguistic Field(s): Historical Linguistics
                     Sociolinguistics
                     Translation
                     Writing Systems

Subject Language(s): Burmese (mya)
                     Chinese, Mandarin (cmn)
                     Sanskrit (san)

Language Family(ies): Indo-Iranian



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